George P Bush Family, Net Worth , Parents, Wife , Children

George P Bush Family

George P Bush Family and Net Worth- George P. Bush is an American attorney, Land Investor, and Politician know all about him in this article .

Name George P. Bush
Birthdate ( Age) 24 April 1976
Birthplace Houston, Texas, United States
Marital Status Married
Wife/Partner  Amanda L. Williams
Children John Williams Bush, Prescott Bush
Profession  American attorney,  Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office
Parents Jeb Bush, Columba Bush
Net Worth $1 Million – $5 Million

George Prescott Bush is an American attorney, land investor, and politician who is the Commissioner of the Texas General government office . A fourth-generation official as a member of the Bush family, he’s the eldest child of former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, nephew of the 43rd President, George W. Bush, grandson of the 41st President, George H. W. Bush, and great-grandson of U.S. Senator Prescott Bush.

George P Bush Family and Parents

Bush was born in Houston, Texas, to Jeb and Columba Bush . Bush has two siblings: younger sister Noelle Lucila Bush and younger brother John Ellis Bush, Jr.Bush attended Gulliver prep school within the Miami area.

In December 1994, Bush was arrested at his former girlfriend’s home after attempting to interrupt in and later driving his car through the yard . The victims declined to press charges.He graduated from Rice University with a Bachelor of Arts in history in 1998. He attended University of Texas School of Law from 2000 until 2003, graduating with a Juris Doctor degree.

George P Bush Wife and Children

Bush married a school of law classmate, Amanda L. Williams, on August 7, 2004, in Kennebunkport, Maine. Williams is a media law attorney at the firm Jackson Walker LLP in Fort Worth , Texas.The couple has two sons.

George P Bush Net Worth

George Prescott Bush is an American attorney, land investor, and politician who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

Professional Career

Military service : In March 2007, the us Navy Reserve selected Bush for training as an secret agent through the direct commission officer program, a Navy initiative whereby applicants in specialized civilian fields forgo the standard prerequisites of a commission, like the academy , NROTC or OCS, and—instead—attend the Direct military officer Indoctrination Course (DCOIC),a three-week course on subjects like naval history, customs and courtesies, followed by online classes.

He was commissioned as a Navy Reserve Officer in May 2007.Bush served in Afghanistan for eight months from June 2010 to February 2011.During the deployment, he was given a special name for security purposes.Bush left the U.S. Navy Reserve in May 2017 as a lieutenant.

Political Positions : Bush clerked for U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of Texas, Sidney A. Fitzwater, from September 2003 until 2004.From 2004 to 2007 he practiced corporate and law with Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld LLP in Dallas. In 2005, Bush was selected together of Texas Monthly’s “Rising Stars” for his work with Akin Gump.

In September 2012, Bush announced his intention to run office, saying that he was considering one among several state offices. Two months later he filed papers required to run state office in Texas.The same month, his father, Jeb Bush, emailed donors requesting that they support him in his 2014 bid for Texas Land Commissioner.

In the 2014 Republican primary, outgoing Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson ran unsuccessfully for elected official while Bush defeated David Watts of Gilmer in Upshur County for the Republican nomination for land commissioner; Bush received 937,987 votes (74%) to Watts’ 346,949 votes (27%).

In the November 4 election , Bush faced Democrat John Cook, a former mayor of El Paso . Bush won 61% of the vote against token opposition, carrying “virtually every demographic” and riding a nationwide Republican wave within the midterms.

As of January 2017, Bush had about $3.1 million in campaign cash for his re-election campaign. He won the March 6, 2018, Republican primary with nearly 58% of the vote, defeating three other candidates including Jerry E. Patterson, the previous land commissioner.In the November 6, 2018, election , Bush received 53.68% of the vote to Democratic candidate Miguel Suazo’s 43.19% and Libertarian Matt Pina’s 3.1%.

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